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Annals of Thoracic Surgery, Boston

Annals of Thoracic Surgery, Boston and 3 Nine showed total was The of re¬ halothane, methoxyflurane. patients women; mortality 5.4%. importance but in five blood loss with lactated solution as an arrhythmias during anesthesia, only (17.29%) placing Ringer's were related to the administration. In no resuscitative measure is stressed. Factors which they analeptic emergency instance were the considered hazardous as influenced anesthetic included evaluation of arrhythmias management minimal alterations in intra-arterial blood the of of judged by type injury, general condition, type surgery not and The cardiovascular effects of do and the skills of both the pressure. doxapram planned, anesthesiologist team. contraindícate its use or the the during immediately following surgical administration of conventional anesthetics. Clinical With Fluroxene Nitrous Experience Oxide-Oxygen Effects Carbon Dioxide on Actions of rf-Tubocurarine F. et of as a Nonflammable Anesthetic—J. Zeedic al (St. and Gallamine—P. O. Ninth Francis 45th off Bridenbaugh (1118 Ave, General St Pennsylvania Hosp, Ave, Seattle, H. C. and M. T. Wash), Churchill-Davidson, Pittsburgh) Churcher Anesth 1966 45:790-796 (Nov-Dec) Analg Anesth 45:804-813 1966 Analg (Nov-Dec) The clinical use of fluroxene and the for technique of paralyzed in the room are de¬ Electromyographic recordings patients monitoring flammability operating with d-tubocurarine demonstrated that nor¬ or scribed. It was http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Annals of Thoracic Surgery, Boston

JAMA , Volume 199 (4) – Jan 23, 1967

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1967 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1967.03120040123051
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and 3 Nine showed total was The of re¬ halothane, methoxyflurane. patients women; mortality 5.4%. importance but in five blood loss with lactated solution as an arrhythmias during anesthesia, only (17.29%) placing Ringer's were related to the administration. In no resuscitative measure is stressed. Factors which they analeptic emergency instance were the considered hazardous as influenced anesthetic included evaluation of arrhythmias management minimal alterations in intra-arterial blood the of of judged by type injury, general condition, type surgery not and The cardiovascular effects of do and the skills of both the pressure. doxapram planned, anesthesiologist team. contraindícate its use or the the during immediately following surgical administration of conventional anesthetics. Clinical With Fluroxene Nitrous Experience Oxide-Oxygen Effects Carbon Dioxide on Actions of rf-Tubocurarine F. et of as a Nonflammable Anesthetic—J. Zeedic al (St. and Gallamine—P. O. Ninth Francis 45th off Bridenbaugh (1118 Ave, General St Pennsylvania Hosp, Ave, Seattle, H. C. and M. T. Wash), Churchill-Davidson, Pittsburgh) Churcher Anesth 1966 45:790-796 (Nov-Dec) Analg Anesth 45:804-813 1966 Analg (Nov-Dec) The clinical use of fluroxene and the for technique of paralyzed in the room are de¬ Electromyographic recordings patients monitoring flammability operating with d-tubocurarine demonstrated that nor¬ or scribed. It was

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Published: Jan 23, 1967

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